The Type 30 was the successor to the Nekovalkyrja Service Pistol, Type 28 and is internally almost the same, save for lacking the often wasteful full-auto feature of the Type 28 NSP. It also has a green laser rather than a red one. The Type 30 was replaced by the Nekovalkyrja Service Pistol, Type 33 and is no longer produced.
There is also a Type 30L version - a mirror image variant for left-handed firers.
The NSP has three firing modes, Single, heavy, and stun. Modes are selected by a switch on the gun's left side. The weapon's heavy mode expends 5 times as much energy, for a grenade-like effect. Stun mode fires a scalar pulse designed to temporarily overcome and disable the target's nervous system and works on both organics and electronics. Pulling the trigger lightly fires enough scalar waves to disable an average human without permanent damage. Pulling firmly fires enough to disable most Nekovalkyrja.
Art and article by Wes